Trio Earns Mid-Major All-America Honors; 14 More Earn Honorable Mention
Men's senior Jon Christensen was named the Mid-Major Swimmer of the Year and joins both Lisa Boyce and Paul Nolle on the All-American Team, it was announced by CollegeSwimming.com. A total of 17 Princeton swimmers were honored.
Christensen earned first-team All-America honors after qualifying for the NCAA final in the 200 breast. A three-time Ivy individual champion in 2012 (and eight-time champion overall), Christensen shared High Point Scorer honors while leading the men's team to a fourth straight Ivy title.
Nolle shared the High Point Scorer honors after sweeping the three distance events during the 2012 Ivy League Championships. He also competed at NCAAs, including a 25th-place in the mile and 41st-place finish in the 500.
Boyce was also a three-time individual Ivy League champion for the women's team, and she represented Princeton on all three days of the NCAA Championships. Boyce won the 50 and 100 free, and she defended her 100 back title. Boyce had a best finish of 31st at the NCAAs (100 free).Sarah Furgatch, Meredith Monroe and Carter Stephens earned Honorable Mention for the women; Oliver Bennett, Colin Cordes, Daniel Hasler, Michael Hauss, Matthew Lamonaca, Will Lawley, David Paulk, Kaspar Raigla, Michael Strand, Caleb Tuten and Harrison Wagner earned Honorable Mention for the men.